Obscure Mythological Monsters, by Dani Eide
Mythology is one of the best premises a book can offer me when I’m looking to read something new! Many people use mythology, legend and folklore interchangeably… Did you know that a myth is simply a story created to explain natural phenomena? Today we have science but ancient people relied on myths to understand their […]
Castlevania Season 1 Review, by Private: Jason Purdy
The first season of Castlevania just aired, and here's Jason Purdy's view on the video game adaptation animation series.
Review: Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 5, by Private: Robert J Defendi writing as Bob Defendi
Spoilers for Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 5 follow. This episode wasn’t as earth-shattering as the last two. Not surprising. There has been a lot of big movement of late and they really needed to reposition all their little plot elements before they could move them again. So. This episode felt like a whole […]
Review: Game of Thrones – Season 7 Episode 4, by Private: Robert J Defendi writing as Bob Defendi
Spoilers for Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 4 to follow. Well. Things ended on a pretty bleak footing last week, and if storytelling has told us anything, it’s that we need something of a bounce back this week. So, let’s see where everything stands after episode 4. Sansa and Bran. Not a whole lot […]
Slime Rancher Review, by Private: Jason Purdy
Some video games are easy to describe, some are not. Slime Rancher belongs in the latter.
Will AI Replace Writers?, by Private: Matt Weber
The capabilities of artificial intelligence have grown by leaps and bounds in the past half-decade. Some of this is driven by improvements in algorithm design, some by hardware, but the results are on the Internet for just about anyone to see: Facebook’s face recognition and Apple’s autocomplete are both supported by neural networks. And AI […]
Game of Thrones: Season Seven Episodes One and Two Review, by Private: Robert J Defendi writing as Bob Defendi
For those of you who think that you’re getting this on Tuesday because Monday was a holiday in Utah, that isn’t it. Actually, I used to write these on Sunday and schedule these to pop Monday, while everyone was at work because web traffic isn’t great on the weekend. Now I can’t write much of […]
New Developments in Space Exploration – and Seven Stories to Create from Them, by Private: William Boyd
Space. Spaaaaaaaaaaace. Space is the absence of things.  Humans, composed as we are of matter and living as we do on the surface of a massive ball of the stuff and blanketed by miles of atmosphere, only know short lives of matter and small distances. Space is the antithesis of all these things.  Devoid of […]
Double 99 Cents Sale, by Clare Dugmore
Good news, book lovers! We have two titles on offer for you for a limited period. Wilbert Stanton’s recently released steampunk take on the fey world and Greek mythology, GEARS OF FATE, is 99 cents from July 25 – 26. Edward Aubry’s post-apoclyptic fantasy, PRELUDE TO MAYHEM, is 99 cents July 25 – 27, in […]
Destiny 2 Beta First Impression, by Private: Jason Purdy
Jason Purdy goes hands on Destiny 2 Beta. Here are his first impressions.